BAGHDAD / Sky Press: National Alliance MP Salim Shawki stressed the need to be a package of reforms to the prime minister Haider al-Abadi constitutional, legal and not be subject to appeal, stressing that most of the reforms needed to legislation.
Said Shawki in an interview televised seen by "Sky Press," that "the recent decision by Parliament was due to the Abadi some reforms without reference to the legislature, despite the fact that most of the reforms are needed to legislation and should those be constitutional, legal and is not exposed reforms to appeal by the House of Representatives and the judiciary. "
He added that "a lot of the reforms require legislation such as the integration of the ministries and the abolition of positions and allocations," explaining that "the parliament's decision eliminates the separation of powers based on the provisions of Article 47 of the Constitution and to ensure the sustainability of the reforms legally and mutual coordination between the legislative and executive branches."
The House Speaker Salim al-Jubouri in Monday's session November 2, 2015, decided to prevent Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi of any decision to act without reference to the legislative authority.
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